barrier curb

barrier curb

[′bar·ē·ər ‚kərb]
(civil engineering)
A curb with vertical sides high enough to keep vehicles from crossing it.
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Bridge work consists of installing prestressed concrete box girders, reinforced concrete pipe culvert, bridge approaches, sidewalk, safety barrier curb and a 72-inch pedestrian fence.
Intersection 2 has barrier curb, gutter and sidewalk.
Parking lots make use of nine-inch barrier curbs, while additional protection zones provide barriers through large scale natural rock boulders.